Ho Tram Open Positive for Vietnam Tourism

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism today announced support for the Ho Tram Open and outlined the clear benefits for Vietnam The Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism today declared his official support and best-wishes for the Ho Tram Open, an Asian Tour sanctioned professional golf event taking place December 3rd – 6th 2015,

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The Asian Face of Tennis

The roadmap to creating a Vietnamese superstar When then 17-year old Michael Chang won the French Open in 1989, one of tennis’ four largest tournaments, the world was intrigued. Standing at only 1.75m, Chang used his incredible foot speed, stamina and defense to counter the pace and power of his much larger, stronger contemporaries. Still

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Run, Feddy, Run

Don’t sit on the sidelines, come on out and start running Feddy Pham was getting weird looks on the canal. He was trying out something he’d picked up overseas, but his neighbors back home in Ho Chi Minh City didn’t know what to make of it – Feddy was just running. Always athletic, the simplicity

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Switching the Play with Zorb Football

The game of football, including its name, is one of great contention throughout the world. So many different sports claim the name despite being almost nothing alike, save for the use of some sort of inflated leather ball. Most people associate the name with the world’s most beloved game that Americans call soccer. Americans have

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Linked In – Playing Greg Norman’s Bluffs Course

THE BLUFFS POSSESSES so many of the traits of a great traditional links golf course – blind tee shots, fast undulating greens, sloping and unpredictable fairways and punishing, sandy rough if you err off line – which is worryingly easy to do if you’re not an accurate driver. In common with other great links courses,

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Best in Show

Results from the first Vietnamese Equestrian Grand Prix…. On the outskirts of Saigon in Binh Duong, the first Vietnamese Equestrian Grand Prix debuted last month with little fanfare to an audience of approximately 200 guests. No tickets were sold. All guests were strictly by invitation only. No jubilant announcements on Vietnamese mainstream media. No catchy titles

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Horse Play

Vietnam’s first Equestrian Grand Prix.. It’s 2014, The Year of the Horse, and things at the normally laid-back Bach Ma Equestrian Farm are stirring up. Equestrian coaches, horse riders, event organizers, designers, builders, doctors and veterinary specialists, the Vietnamese press, and even an overseas Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI) judge have visited the farm in the

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Men of Muscle

Meet the two men who are trying to take bodybuilding in Vietnam to the next level. Meet Pham Van Mach, a three time world champion and a seven time Asian champion bodybuilder. He’s done the rounds both at home and on the international stages, but to become a member of the International Federation of Bodybuilding and

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The Workout Couple

A husband and wife team combine love and fitness to open their own gym For most couples, living and working together is a bridge too far – blurring the boundaries between work and play, and bringing office stress home is something to be avoided at all costs. But for Sylvie and Joao, who have been working together since they met at

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The Business of Tennis

The other color green that makes the sport so exciting When tennis aces , women’s #1 Serena Williams and men’s #2 Novak Djokovic, won their respective year-end championships recently to cap spectacular seasons, they pocketed handy winner’s checks of around USD2 million each. Djokovic ended the regular season with just over USD11 million in prize money and Williams shattered the previous female single-season

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